Eastside Projects Off-site at Ithuba Art Gallery, Johannesburg

Stuart Whipps: Photo Colour Services

Photo Colour Services, Installation View

Photo Colour Services was a professional photographic lab housed on the 9th floor of Old Arcade in Johannesburg’s central business district. It ceased trading in 1996. Since 2007, Whipps has taken this redundant lab as the starting point for his project, encompassing exhibitions, workshops and a publication.

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Es Baluard Museu d'Art Modern i Contemporani de Palma, Plaça Porta de Santa Catalina 10, Palma 07012

La Mer au Milleu des Terres // Mare Medi Terraneum

La Mer au Milleu des Terres // Mare Medi Terraneum, Installation View

Cécile Bourne-Farrell's curatorial project at Es Baluard is a unique investigation into the political radius of the Mediterranean territories. Review by Kathryn Lloyd.

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Focal Point Gallery

Paul Johnson in conversation with Timothy Morton, Focal Point Gallery 21 March 2015

Timothy Morton is Professor and Rita Shea Guffey Chair in English at Rice University, Texas. A member of the object-oriented philosophy movement, Morton’s work explores the intersection of object-oriented thought and ecological studies. He coined the term ‘Hyperobjects’, to explain objects so massively distributed in time and space as to transcend localisation, such as climate change and styrofoam.

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BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead Quays, South Shore Road, Gateshead NE8 3BA

Jesse Wine: Young man red

Jesse Wine, Young man red II, 2014

Jesse Wine's solo exhibition 'Young man red' presents a day in the life of the artist, like a series of ceramic Instagram posts. Review by Michael Mulvihill

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International Fine Arts Consortium (IFAC), New York

Artist Interview: James Joseph

James Joseph: Gizmo (706), 2015

Rusty Van Riper interviews artist James Joseph about his artworks shown at the exhibition 'PROCESS: Readdressing Infinite Ways of Seeing' held at the IFAC, New York and the direction of his new work.

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White Cube Bermondsey, 144 – 152 Bermondsey Street, London SE1 3TQ

Christian Marclay

Installation view, solo exhibition, White Cube Bermondsey

In this major solo show, Christian Marclay’s intention is to close the gaps between moments of looking and listening, or indeed being looked at or listened to. The exhibition is reviewed by Joseph Constable.

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Camden Arts Centre, Arkwright Road, London NW3 6DG

João Maria Gusmão + Pedro Paiva: Papagaio

Installation view, Papagaio

The conceptual centre of Joao Maria Gusmão and Pedro Paiva’s exhibition bears witness to a West African voodoo ritual in the former Portuguese colony of Sao Tome and Principe. Review by Alex Borkowski.

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Eden Eden, Bülowstraße 74, Ecke Blumenthalstraße, 10783 Berlin

Juliette Blightman: Come Inside, Bitte

Come Inside, Bitte, Installation View

Juliette Blightman's new solo show at Isabella Bortolozzi's second Berlin gallery space Eden Eden is a delicate and intimate exploration into the malleability of time.

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kaufmann repetto, Via di Porta Tenaglia 7, 20121 Milano

Nicolas Party: Two Naked Women

Two Naked Women, Installation View

For his exhibition at kaufmann repetto milano, Swiss born, Brussels based artist Nicolas Party will respond to the dual structure of the gallery, taking it as an opportunity to explore the shape-shifting physicality of colour, and continue his interest in the historical precedent of painting.

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Art Gallery of Ontario, 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5T 1G4

Introducing Suzy Lake

Suzy Lake, Extended Breathing While Highlights Travel, 2009

‘Introducing Suzy Lake’ is the first large-scale exhibition to comprehensively address the influential artistic production of the American-Canadian artist Suzy Lake, whose early investigations were at the frontline vein of feminism in art. Review by Sam Ackerley

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The Whitworth, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M15 6ER

Cornelia Parker

Central Exhibition Gallery, Cornelia Parker's exhibition, The Whitworth, 2015

When Cornelia Parker collaborated with the British Army to blow up a shed in the YBA hey-day, we could not have foreseen that this parallel to the Big Bang would serve as an ongoing symbol of creation and birth. Review by Aindrea Emelife

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